The winter morning sky was a canvas for clouds that scattered like dabs from a paintbrush. I love how the sky moves from deep blue at the top to white in the distance, while the clouds move from dark grey in the distance to white in the foreground. When I was a graduate student in art, I became interested in the interplay of colors when placed next to each other. I love how colors change because of their surroundings. This morning picture reminds me of those days when I used to cut out ColorAid paper and study the work of Joseph Albers.